Seafood Restaurants in Smyrna

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From the brick-paneled walls and booths lined with dark wooden accents to the seasonal selection of gourmet American cuisine, Blackstone embodies every aspect of the classic steak house. A selection of hearty cuts anchors the menu, whether as solitary 8-ounce cuts of filet mignon, or massive 22-ounce cowboy rib eyes adorned with béarnaise sauce, jumbo lump crabmeat, lobster-shaped earrings, and other edible accessories. Guests can also savor a taste of the seas with plates of Atlantic salmon or pan-fried trout. Blackstone's wine list collects more than 35 pours, including 19 by the glass.

4686 S Atlanta Rd SE
Smyrna,
GA
US

Ninety-three percent of Urbanspooners recommend Atlanta Fish Cafe, and five Yelpers give it an average of four stars:

1025 E West Connector
Austell,
GA
US

For Alison, cooking up delicious, welcoming meals is second nature. In her 35 years in the restaurant business, she's gathered traditional and modern culinary influences into a menu of New Southern comfort cuisine that features good old-fashioned meatloaf and mashed potatoes, buttermilk fried chicken, liver and onions, and her popular crab cakes. There's an abundance of seafood dishes—Alison prepares fish tacos, cedar plank salmon, and lobster mac 'n' cheese, to name a few. She even offers a pecan-crusted fillet of North Georgia mountain trout, served with a creamy mango sauce. The restaurant's meatier offerings include beef fillets and oven roasted pork tenderloin with a peach bourbon chutney. Bourbon tastings at the full-service bar are popular among Alison’s Restaurant and Bourbon Bar's regulars. On warm days, she opens the fenced-in patio to let customers enjoy the sunshine.

5500 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
Dunwoody,
GA
US

Big Pie in the Sky Pizzeria

New York–Style Pizza | Specialty Slices | Featured on Man v. Food | Vegetarian Alternatives
Sample Menu
  • Pizza for carnivores: the West Coast Pesto topped with romano and cream cheese, pesto, and chicken
  • Pizza for herbivores: a white pie with roasted garlic and three cheeses
  • Side: seasoned breadsticks paired with marinara
When to Go: For dinner and a show, stop by at 3:30 p.m. or 8:30 p.m. on Monday–Thursday, when Big Pie typically schedules its Carnivore Challenge. During this 60-minute feat, one hungry duo attempts to eat an 11-pound, meat-laden pizza in exchange for a $250 cash prize. The challenge is as daunting as it sounds—not even the team from the Travel Channel series Man v. Food could conquer it.

Inside Tip: Make sure you show up with an especially hearty appetite. Even single slices are massive here, since they're cut from one of the pizzeria's 30-inch pies.

2090 Baker Rd NW
Kennesaw,
GA
US

The chefs at The Big Ketch prepare a menu of seaside specialties using fresh fish and oceanic fare imported daily. The sashimi-grade ahi tuna poke appetizer is marinated Hawaiian style, served as chilled as a Don Ho voicemail greeting, and mango-key-lime dipping sauce sidles up with hushpuppies or the crispy jerk-rubbed mahi fingers. Fresh fish entrees include fried wild Tennessee River catfish and North Atlantic salmon culled from the sea’s super-nutrient-rich waters. Like a stork’s newborn inventory, the drink menu includes heavier and lighter options, balancing 16-ounce draft beers with low-calorie signature cocktails such as the TBK peach tea, an amalgamation of 360 georgia peach vodka, unsweet tea, and a splash of citrus, tipping the scales at less than 125 calories.

3279 Roswell Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

The Oceanaire Seafood Room is a great special occasion restaurant located right in the heart of midtown Atlanta. Whether you’re in the mood for pistachio-crusted Costa Rican mahi mahi or simply a high-end version of fish ‘n’ chips, this restaurant will satisfy your seafood cravings in an elegant, upscale setting. It’s an excellent choice for an impressive business dinner or a graduation celebration. You can also meet up with friends at the bar for happy hour and sample the less expensive menu, which includes shrimp ‘n’ chips, crabcake sliders and plenty of other yummy samplers along with beer specials. Valet parking will set you back $5, but that’s not bad for the area. The blue lighting and impressively sized fish on the walls give the space the appropriate nautical touches, while monogrammed plates and lots of wine shelving lead to a decidedly upscale feel.

1100 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta,
GA
US